2021-02-02 2 ENGLISH REPORTS
The mission of the Transatlantic Security Program (TSP) is to strengthen transatlantic relations and help decision makers understand, anticipate, and respond to challenges in Europe and Russia. Key among these challenges is the rise of China, an increasingly assertive Russia, threats to democracy, and other changes in Europe’s security landscape that will require NATO to adapt. TSP addresses these issues by working closely with our network of current and former U.S. and European government ofcials, private sector partners, and academic experts to translate cuttingedge research into policy solutions. We foster high-level U.S.-European dialogue, convene seminars and public forums, and engage with media and citizens to shape the context in which policies are made.
Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Samuel Bendett, Edward Chow, Jef Edmonds, Kristen Gunness, Jonathan Hillman, Elsa Kania, Michael Kofman, Marisol Maddox, Adam Segal, Pranay Vaddi, and Rachel Ziemba for their expertise, review, and contributions to this project. These scholars and all the participants in the working groups provided valuable insights that helped shape this report. Dan McCormick, Jef Cirillo, and Carisa Nietsche provided excellent research support. Thanks also goes to Maura McCarthy and Melody Cook, who provided feedback and assistance in editing and graphic design. CNAS is grateful to the Smith Richardson Foundation for supporting this project. The statements made and views expressed are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not represent those of the Biden transition or administration.
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